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Articles from Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England) (August 27, 2000)

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'Goal-shy' Blues blasted. Owen, Rob 445
A dinner date with..: Alan Dedicoat. 319
All aboard for chance to relive memories of days when trains cast magic spell. 318
All-star turn out for Anthea's reception. 139
Archer's bang on target as Darlo hit back; Banks's League. 519
Arctic grave for glacier RAF men. 162
Barbel helps Steve to lift the trophy. 380
Beauty spot on Net as gay meeting place. Bassey, Amardeep 184
Beef ban stays, says French minister. 151
Bellamy busses in as City hit top gear; MAN CITY... 1 COVENTRY... 2. Dent, Adam 678
Bent at the double to boost Blades; Sheffield United 2 Tranmere 0. 142
Bill Newman's Diary: Dyeing to be Alpha male. Newman, Bill 770
BLONDE BEAUTY MURDER IN THE WOODS; Student's body found dumped. Bassey, Amardeep 445
Body found in shrubland. 93
Bomb in a bottle; Dog digs up killer cache of explosives. 489
Book ends: 'Scarlet Feather' by Maeve Binchy (Orion, pounds 16.99). Cole, Paul 427
Branson plans Midlands lottery. Dunton, Jim 164
Branson's new local lottery is just the ticket. 368
Brit survives bandits attack. 121
Broomfield sweep up. 95
Bullets on a cup 'hiding to nothing'. Taylor, Richard 420
Call a truce on countryside; The Government's Countryside and Rights of Way Bill now looks to be hobbling into a blind alley - ending hopes of much-needed protection for our wildlife. As thousands of us head out of the city this Bank Holiday weekend, RICHARD WILLIAMSON argues that we had better enjoy the countryside while we can. Williamson, Richard 985
Calling time on real ale; A new survey has revealed that Stella Artois and Guinness are by far the nation's favourite drinks in pubs. With the Midlands' famous Banks's brewery facing a hostile takeover, are we witnessing the death of traditional brewing in the region? JIM DUNTON reports. Dunton, Jim 765
Caroline v. Nick again... in charts. 334
CJD teenager fights for life; Tests on two youths in Midland brain disease drama. Miles, Lucy 328
Classy Leeds shrug off injuries to crush Boro; Middlesbrough 1 Leeds United 2. 413
Cohen tries seal defeat for Exiles; Northampton 27 London Irish 10. 240
Comeback gig. 101
Complex of flats and cottages offers help to retired people. 124
Dark world of blonde bombshell. Williamson, Richard 959
Dear Wendy: Grandson is sniffing glue. Nelson, Wendy 173
Dear Wendy: Husband keen on dodgy job offer. Nelson, Wendy 267
Dear Wendy: I'm nervous about talking to people. Nelson, Wendy 233
Dear Wendy: So depressed at being out of work. Nelson, Wendy 268
Dear Wendy: Unclean after sex with friend's dad. Nelson, Wendy 322
Denham makes quit threat. Marshall, Brian 302
Denise at full speed for Olympic gold. Marshall, Brian 733
Ditch the kitsch, Jon; BON JOVI, BRITANNIA STADIUM, STOKE-ON-TRENT Paul Cole reviews two of the biggest names to hit the Midlands this year. Cole, Paul 485
Doctor David: Health queries answered. Eccleston, David 337
Dons' misery as chances go begging; Wimbledon 0 Watford 0. 215
Double strike lifts gloom for troubled Vieira as Gunners go nap; Arsenal 5 Charlton 3. 396
Dyke blast for Morse star Thaw. 312
East End gang's reign of terror. 315
Eleven British soldiers seized. 382
England set for all change at The Oval. Hodgson, Myles 342
Epic journey into the life of Gucci's family. 119
EU soccer transfer proposals 'will lead to chaos'. 498
Fall agony of jockey, 64. 150
Family killed in Irish holiday horror crash. 152
Film: Accent on charm as Jim gets the boot. Williamson, Richard 692
Flash floods bring misery to homes. 162
Forrester in step for Cobblers; Northampton 2 Reading 0. 169
Four-week cure. 406
Fran Healy is the raining king; TRAVIS, WESTON PARK, STAFFORDSHIRE, V2000 FESTIVAL. 387
Fulham at full throttle as Stockport fall by wayside; Fulham 4 Stockport 1. 208
GIN'S TONIC; Winger has a facial before Villa games. Mowbray, Simon 554
Give a Child Health: Anonymous donations add pounds 3,000 to children's fund. 609
Glos fail to match Sale in all areas; Gloucester 18 Sale 19. 240
Gold stars off the track; Brummie girl Tanni snapped up for Olympic photo finish SOPHIE BLAKEMORE takes a sneak preview of the remarkable book Gold Rush featuring our top athletes. Blakemore, Sophie 325
Greg praises Barry but Arsenal eye Southgate. Owen, Rob 599
Grim toll in the Midlands. 514
Hammer blows as United's defence falls to di Canio; West Ham 2 Man United 2. 604
Harriers hit back after early setback; KIDDERMINSTER... 2 HALIFAX T.... 1. 661
He's no risk,says Babs. 489
Health: Emotional Freedom Therapy: How it worked for Vivienne. 251
Health: Emotional Freedom Therapy: We put the tapping technique to the test; LOUISE'S VERDICT. Palfreyman, Louise 374
Health: How I stay in shape; NOAH WYLE. 442
Health: Me and my health. 401
Health: Tap into a new cure. Palfreyman, Louise 392
Hereford 'gypsies' lords of the manor. Phillips, Teresa 638
Holiday Mercury: Frank view of a desert playground. Bennett, Ken 586
How motorways set us on the road to recovery; Many Midland motorists will be seeking relief from the Bank Holiday jams this weekend. ROZ LAWS meets a couple whose new motorway guide hides a remarkable story of love and courage. Laws, Roz 855
I'm proud to be English (with pic and break). Miles, Lucy 89
It's a hoot for Owls as di Piedo makes life Grim; Grimsby 0 Sheff Wed 1. 118
It's a man's world as Brummies hit the Net. Miles, Lucy 274
It's Eaden better than the real thing for Blues; City weather Forest storm to seal victory NOTTINGHAM FOREST...1 BLUES...2. Owen, Rob 772
It's Paul gone pear-shaped for Lawrie; Scottish PGA Championship. 383
It's showbuzz: Everyone's bisexual says George's Lucy. 230
It's showbuzz: Jennifer suffers hidden agony. Durham, Frank 299
It's showbuzz: Natalie's nightmare of living on streets. 193
It's showbuzz: Prepare to be terrified as chilling tale is retold. 141
It's showbuzz: Sex 10 times daily keeps Anna happy. 162
It's Som blow for Windies. 250
It's the end, claim Oasis. 141
Jail boss off sick as strike looming. Larner, Tony 413
Jase will be so 'andy for Albion. Hill, Graham 702
Johnno: 'I want Blues revenge'. Owen, Rob 517
Keegan urges Cole to come clean over rift; OUTSPOKEN... Andy Cole. Bradley, Mark 352
Kids put through paces Schools Soccer. Hollinshead, Graeme 179
Last-gasp Mortlock clinches Tri-Nations; South Africa 18 Australia 19. 421
Learning the 'course' art of Dirty Dancing. Mowbray, Simon 362
Leeds in talks. 164
Legal row over Judy's Oscar. 130
Let's stop balls rolling on this tacky operation. Tyndale, George 398
Lewis Francis warms up for Chile with win. Frecknall, Trevor 566
Lightning trio's escape. 137
Local charities set to profit. 266
Made in the Midlands. Blakemore, Sophie 342
Make the best of Dubrovnik in a day. 313
Mercury jobs: Keeping watch on cab quality. Blakemore, Sophie 556
MI5 should have kept quiet about self-serving turncoat. Tyndale, George 170
Middlesbrough ready to take Macca to Teesside. 181
Midland 10 reach BBC talent final. 334
Moseley's Premier bid hits the rocks. James, Barry 550
Motor racing: Worried Mika fears Brit on the Button; Hakkinen on pole but with concerns over the race start. Gordon, Ian 839
Motoring: Fast and furious. Cole, Bernard 514
Motoring: Rain and holidays make perfect mix for thick jams. 121
Mower hopes to cut Leicester down to size. 435
New hope for mum in dying father dilemma. Bassey, Amardeep 435
Newcastle too strong for Tottenham; Newcastle 2 Spurs 0. Spellman, Damian 620
NOWHERE TO HIDE; Albion 'too easy to beat' says Megson. Phillips, Teresa 461
Official hit by hammer at stadium. 126
On the MARKET; pounds 50,000-pounds 100,000. 127
Pahars double sparks super Saints comeback; Southampton 3 Liverpool 3. 213
Parcel men smash child porn network. Larner, Tony 383
Plum role for the Pershore festival. Blakemore, Sophie 680
Premier spot for Rugby. Russell, Ken 214
Preston put in picture by Ricketts and Bolton; Bolton 2 Preston 0. 203
Quorn hit five and White's all right; Leicestershire Senior League. 153
Rangers a Furlong too much for Crewe; QPR 1 Crewe 0. 159
Rapist held 'going away' party at pub. Miles, Lucy 309
Reg is a real fighter. He's tough as old boots and will not give in...; Two days in hospital then home. 518
Rovers pay a fitting tribute to Walker; Blackburn 3 Norwich 2. 267
Ruddock tames Terriers as Palace sneak points; Huddersfield 1 Crystal Palace 2. 210
Saddlers on top after electric away display; SWINDON... 1 WALSALL... 4. Marston, Paul 595
Shayler spies first match since exile. 254
Shrews hit by Reeves double; Chesterfield 3 Shrewsbury 0. 200
Sick jokes are fine - if you're a sick person. Tyndale, George 161
Sinton pays a high price. 197
Spectator's pain is Jose's lucky strike. Garrod, Mark 525
Speedway: Wolves to miss out on Sam Speedway. 241
Spicy twist to Sunday chicken: Cookbook Recipe of the week; Roast chicken and Serrano ham. Highe, Jackie 337
Stallard late winner has a familiar ring for Notts; Stoke City 0 Notts Co 1. 232
Stamford call halt to Erith's run; Eastern Division Stamford...2 Erith & Belvedere...1. 209
Star guests at reception Anthea's turn-out. 198
Stevie wonder can pop corks. Richardson, Ted 426
Store worker in gun raid terror. Sedgley, Adam 315
Study Third World, farmers told. Gibson, Robert 200
Sub Muir at the double to rescue 10-man Nall; Western Division Blakenall...3 Gloucester...3. 1622
Sunday Roast: Bears meat their match. Skidmore, Roger 112
Sunday Roast: Brady out of house as Gin hits 'bottle'. Skidmore, Roger 432
Sunday Roast: Turkey of the week. Skidmore, Roger 193
Sunday Shout: I can't believe that we're fooled by Big Brother. Mowbray, Simon 523
Sunday Special: NAME: Front Room at Ronnie Scott's Club. Laws, Roz 397
Sunderland hopes spiked by Bramble; Ipswich 1 Sunderland o. 106
Sutton leave it late as sub Vincent sinks Blackheath with two goal strike; Midland Combination. 357
Symphony set to face the music. Warwick, Rex 687
Takeover trouble brewing. 280
Talk about: readers' letters: Ticking-off for city bus passengers. 1338
Taylor expects rough ride. 101
Teenage film forum; Put Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones in the same movie and it's sure to be a winner. Or is it? Today our teen reviewers check out Rules of Engagement. 422
Teenage talk about: Use pound and euro; The controversial euro - bringing a common currency to European countries - can stir strong feelings. Does it strip away national identity from individual countries, or is it a genuine benefit to nations working together? 463
Telford draw comfort from Murphy's last minute strike; Western Division. 1126
Terror of the Sikh Sinn Fein; SPECIAL REPORT: The freedom fighters who plot their campaign for independence from the safety of the Midlands. Bassey, Amardeep 1174
Terrorism fears as explosives are found. 291
The rebels who lust for a return to arms. 337
Thousands jet out to escape holiday gloom. Bassey, Amardeep 343
Three and easy. 174
Tiger gets a sting but Woods flies on. Garrod, Mark 575
Top band to re-launch pounds 1 million Brum club. Larner, Tony 258
Top plants. 135
Track record. Perks, Jon; Cole, Paul 351
Trapped by tangled web of frenzy. Tyndale, George 192
Tried and Tested Chardonnay. 292
Two off as Harriers miss out on Cup run; Midland Alliance. 359
Unbeaten Worcs no probs for Dundas. 717
Under-fire Smith slams his critics; Warwicks skipper: 'I have done my best'. Skidmore, Roger 540
Unlikely mercenary lays down arms for quiet life. Larner, Tony 235
Unlucky break Heaps up Wolverhampton troubles; Wolverhampton v Harborne. Leighton, Tony 226
Victim's fury as paedophile returns. 240
Victory sets up win for Cheltenham; Cheltenham 2 Torquay 0. 191
Videoscene: The future is orange; A Clockwork Orange (18). 535
Villa fan Tim gets star TV role. Dunton, Jim 227
Warks' washout. Skidmore, Roger 144
Weather on Walsall's side in win; Smethwick v Walsall. Mahmood, Nahim 338
Well-balanced newly-weds. Tyndale, George 88
Wesley dreams of title career climax. Marshall, Robin 524
Whizzkid does the business. 184
Wilderness toughens up Bellamy. Owen, Rob 491
Wily Foxes pass the test for boss Taylor; BRADFORD... 0 LEICESTER... 0. Foulger, Neville 682
Win or lose Sami's off the booze; Saudi superstar can strike it rich. Owen, Rob 639
Wolves just S-edge it to clinch first win of season; WOLVES... 1 BURNLEY... 0 Boss Lee delighted with late strike after stalemate. 740
You CAN cook a decent meal for F pounds 1.66; THE GREAT HOSPITAL FOOD DEBATE Hospital food is so bad that the Government is asking celebrity chefs to provide new inspiration. Can the masters of haute cuisine really rustle up a dish for less than two quid? LOUISE PALFREYMAN meets top Midland chefs to find out. Palfreyman, Louise 592
You won't get Dave, he's part of the Union!; We've all 'chucked' one in at some point in career - Tim. Hill, Graham 710

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